Fluffy Bakery-Style Cornbread Muffins

Ultra fluffy bakery-style cornbread muffins that are full of flavor. Ditch the box and make these instead!

Fluffy Bakery-Style Cornbread Muffins

If you’ve stalked my What I Ate Wednesday posts over the years, it comes as no surprise that I’m a bit of a cornbread fanatic. I’ll eat it with breakfast, lunch, and dinner without even an inkling of apology. I mean, hello! It’s cornbread!

That being said, I’m also a complete cornbread snob. I’ve tried ever boxed variety out there and nothing seemed to come even a little bit close to the super fluffy bread I fell in love with at Boston Market and The Fresh Market.  I’ve been known to drive out of my way to stock up from either location just so I can get my CB fix. It’s that extreme.

Thankfully I can finally put an end to the madness!

Not the cornbread madness, of course, but the driving out of my way bit. I had a bake-a-thon in my kitchen and tested a dozen different measurements and ratios until I could happily faceplant into the muffins WITHOUT dunking it into hearty chili or slathering it in extra butter! That was the true test.

Mission accomplished.

Fluffy Bakery-Style Cornbread Muffins

Fluffy Bakery-Style Cornbread Muffins

so . . . how were they!?

Instead of the typical dense hunk-o-cornbread, these babies are fluff-ay!  I’m so excited to FINALLY have a go-to cornbread recipe.  It’s about freaking time, right!?  I hope you love them too.

Pair them with chili, your favorite soup, or just snag a few for on-the-go snacking! They’re a great compliment to your fall comfort food or simply enjoy them all on their own. I hope y’all love these fluffy bakery-style cornbread muffins as much as we do!

Pumpkin spicing your face off right now? Try my crazy delicious Pumpkin Cornbread or Sweet Potato Cornbread Muffins next!

Fluffy Bakery-Style Cornbread Muffins
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Fluffy Bakery-Style Cornbread Muffins

Ultra fluffy bakery-style cornbread muffins that are full of flavor. Ditch the box and make these instead!

Course Side Dish
Cuisine American
Keyword Fluffy Bakery-Style Cornbread Muffins
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 18 minutes
Total Time 33 minutes
Servings 12 muffins
Calories 204 kcal
Author Jenn Laughlin

Ingredients

  • 1 + 2/3 cup all-purpose flour
  • 2/3 cup stoneground cornmeal (finely ground)
  • 1.5 TBSP reduced-sodium aluminum-free baking powder* (see notes)
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1/4 cup butter softened
  • 1 cup milk (I used a coconut-almond blend; any milk works!)
  • 2 TBSP oil (olive, coconut, avocado)
  • 2 large eggs

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Combine flour, cornmeal, baking powder and salt in a medium bowl.
  3. In a large bowl, cream together butter and sugar with an electric hand mixer.
  4. Add milk and oil and mix on low. Add two slightly beaten eggs to the mixture and whisk or lightly beat to incorporate.
  5. Slowly add the cornmeal mixture in; mixing the two together with a fork until combined. The batter should be slightly airy and sticky.
  6. Spoon into a greased muffin tin and bake for 18-20 minutes at 350F, using a toothpick to test the center of the muffins for doneness.
  7. Allow to cool. Of course typical cooling protocol in this household involves munching a molten hot muffin while the others chill to room temperature. Enjoy! <3

Recipe Notes

* I like to use Rumford's reduced sodium aluminum-free baking powder, which has a much more mild taste in baking recipes. If using a different, regular sodium variety, reduce the amount of baking soda in this recipe to 1 TBSP.

Nutrition facts below are an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator. Simply adjust as needed! xo

Pair these fluffy cornbread muffins with chili, your favorite soup, or just snag a few for on-the-go snacking!

Nutrition Facts
Fluffy Bakery-Style Cornbread Muffins
Amount Per Serving
Calories 204 Calories from Fat 63
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 7g 11%
Saturated Fat 3g 15%
Cholesterol 38mg 13%
Sodium 103mg 4%
Potassium 238mg 7%
Total Carbohydrates 29g 10%
Dietary Fiber 1g 4%
Sugars 9g
Protein 4g 8%
Vitamin A 3.9%
Calcium 9.7%
Iron 7.3%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
Fluffy Bakery-Style Cornbread Muffins

Have a few left over?

Wrap ’em up and store in an airtight container for up to four days.

You can even freeze them!

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  • Chrissy


    Very good recipe, thank you for sharing it. I adapted it a bit by slightly reducing the amount of corn meal to make the muffins less grainy, reduced baking powder to 1 TBS, which avoiding the peak look, folded in 1/4 cup fresh corn, and sprinkled the tops with turbinado sugar before putting them in oven. They were a big hit!

    • So glad they were a hit and I love the turbinado topping! Thanks Chrissy!

  • WB


    Excellent sweet corn muffins! The baking powder is correct and doesn’t affect the flavor at all. To those experiencing a bitter flavor … maybe you need new baking powder! I use Bob’s Red Mill brand 🙂

  • R. Smith


    These are excellent muffins!! A little crumbly but super moist! My only complaint is that mine overflowed the top as they cooked. The recipe said it made 12 so I added all the batter to the cups even though my gut told me they were over full. Easy fix though. Next time I’ll spread the batter over 14 cups instead of 12! Will definitely make again!

  • CHristin


    The worst corn muffins I ever tasted. The came out dry !! They all went in the garbage:(

    • Aw man, it sounds like something for sure went wrong! Terribly sorry to hear it and I’m happy to help troubleshoot if you’d like!


  • Almost Inedible 🙁 Is it really 1.5 tbsp of baking powder?? Maybe my husband will like them but I couldn’t even eat the one I tried after they came out of the oven.

    • Hi Meghan! Yup it’s 1.5. I use 1 TBSP in my other cornbread muffin recipes but these are a little higher to be more of a jiffy boxed mix copycat. I was troubleshooting with someone else the other day and it had turned out that she used larger spoons to measure so extra B.P. went into the mix. Was anything swapped or altered here? What brand/type of baking soda was used out of curiosity? We’ve made these bad boys dozens of times now and I can’t seem to recreate a baking powder taste following the recipe. I’m happy to help troubleshoot!

  • Nancy

    Made a batch based upon this recipe. First bite tasted strongly of baking powder. I suspect recipe should read “1.5 teaspoons of baking powder” not “1.5 tablespoons”.
    Kindly advise!

    • Hi Nancy! You can absolutely make it with a little less baking powder if preferred! I make my Sweet Potato Cornbread Muffins with just one tablespoon. Because this is meant to be a jiffy copycat I use a higher measurement because they tend to use a bit more in the boxed mix. We don’t notice a baking powder taste at all but it could be a difference in which kind we both use maybe? I typically buy Rumford Aluminum-Free baking powder, if that helps? xo

  • Wanda


    The best corn muffins I’ve ever made. Most of them are to dry but not these-they are perfect. Will make them again!

  • Lynn C.


    Thanks for the clarification/correction, Jenn. No offense taken, just concerned that novices might be thrown by the discrepancy. The muffins turned out nicely, though not ‘ultra-fluffy.’ Excess baking powder will produce a fluffier result, that’s for sure.
    Best regards.

    • Glad you enjoyed them + I totally understand! Happy baking, Lynn! xoxo

  • Lynn C.


    Your recipe indicates 1.5 TBSP baking powder (or 4.5 tsp …!?) — but when you gave the six muffin ingredients for Vicki G., you show 3/4 tsp baking powder. Something doesn’t compute. One-and-a-half TBSP is a huge amount of baking powder for a dozen muffins.
    Please proofread your recipe & clear up the discrepancy. Thank you.
    I will adjust my rating after the muffins are done.

    • Hi Lynn, I’ve been making these muffins since 2013 so the recipe has indeed been proofread. I was rushing to help Vicki halve the recipe and typed tsp instead of tbsp in my response while calculating it all. All fixed now and my apologies if this offended you! xo

  • Yes I wanted to try and make your cornbread muffins and brought the muffins down to 6 and it gave me some weird measurements that I do not know how to convert like 0.83 flour. I’m disappointed that I will not be able to try these or can you tell me what the measurements are for 6 muffins? I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.

    • Hi Vickie! I’d have to test a halved version to be 100% but here is the halved recipe below. I hope this helps! If you do wind up just making the full amount, they freeze wonderfully! xoxo

      For 6 muffins…

      1/2 plus 1/3 cup all-purpose flour – this will be 103 grams by weight
      1/3 cup stoneground cornmeal (finely ground)
      3/4 TBSP baking powder
      1/8 tsp salt
      1/4 cup sugar
      2 TBSP butter softened
      1/2 cup milk
      1 TBSP oil (olive, coconut, avocado)
      1 large egg

  • Esther

    Could I do oil instead of butter?

    • Hey Esther! I haven’t tested it yet to see what it changes texturally about the muffins but it’s for sure worth experimenting! Let me know if you give it a try. They may be a bit denser I think?

  • Rhiannon Porter


    Made these tonight. Turned out amazing. Everyone loved them ! Had to cook them a bit longer but still turned out great

    • So glad you enjoyed them Rhiannon, thank you! Oven temperament has differed in literally every home we’ve lived in – it’s a thing! So glad you found the perfect cook time for yours. xoxo

  • Essiej3


    I’ve made these twice now – first time exactly per recipe and they had a floury taste. Tried them again but used buttermilk instead to see if that took care of the flour taste – nope. I’ll adjust the flour/cornmeal ratio next. As far as texture, nice! Rise, beautiful!

  • KAREN INDINDOLI

    From a somewhat amateur however I am very experimental with baking
    So I had to try to make my son in law a fluffier, moisiter corn muffin. He does bake.
    I used some buttermilk, a tiny bit of sour cream, I use both baking powder and baking soda and I beat the egg whites and add in like a chiffon cake recipe.
    I think the baking tin has some impact as well as the amount you put in the tin.
    All that said you all out there might try something like these changes. He loved the muffins, somdo my children!

  • Annike


    Thank you for a great recipe!

    • Glad you enjoyed it Annike, thank you!

  • Aleisha Morgan


    Hello from England! I’ve used your recipe twice now to make these muffins (most recently with lentil chilli) and I love the. My next goal is to use the recipe for cornbread stuffing, I’ll let you know if it turns out well. Xx

  • Allie


    Girl, THANK YOU. Yesterday I made some real disappointing cornmeal muffins (it’s possible). I’m making these for a bake sale, so I modified them a little. I added maple syrup, thus adjusting the milk and sugar, I also added bacon fat for the oil, and a bunch of bacon. They’re amazing.

    • Thanks Allie! Ohmygosh I want one of those bacon-bomb cornbread muffins right now!

  • PR


    Were light and fluffy,tasted just okay, used coarse corn meal as the recipe stated. Too gritty for me think fine cornmeal should be fine for better results.

    • Hi PR! You for sure want to use fine or ultra-fine cornmeal. The cornmeal I linked to in the recipe is ultra-fine but I also make it with fine and it works great! Coarse will for sure be gritty.

  • Amanda Jones

    I’m excited to try these! Do you think I could use a mini loaf pan? It has 8 mini loaves in it, so I’m assuming I would just increase the baking time by a few minutes?

    • Sooooo excited! Yes I think it should work great in mini loaf form! I’d keep some toothpicks handy and start checking them around 25/30 minutes for doneness?

  • Magda

    Trying these for the first time. They are in the oven…waiting! Can I use gluten-free flower?

    • I’ve been meaning to tinker with a gluten-free version this Fall – let me know how it works! xo

  • Mary ann


    Loved your recipe !thanks

  • Brooke Stuner

    Can this recipe be doubled? Can use cupcake liners?

    • Hi Brooke! You can absoutely use cupcake liners here!

      I haven’t tried doubling it yet but it should work (to yield 24 muffins) as long as all the measurements are exact. If the batter sits too long the second batch may not rise very well, so I’d try to use a 24-cup muffin tin or two 12-cup muffin tins side by side on the center rack if possible. Let me know if you get a chance to try it!

  • Billy

    Is the batter supposed to be lumpy?

    • Hey Billy! It depends on the type of cornmeal used, but you basically want to mix until all the dry ingredients are wet and incorporated. No need to over-mix to get it super smooth, but you don’t want large chunks of dry ingredients if possible. Hope that helps! xo

    • Shawna


      I ended up with a lumpy batter when I added cold milk to the butter and sugar mixture- it made the room temped butter get more solid. I microwaved the mixture on medium power until it was smooth, making sure not to overheat or the eggs would scramble when added. Next time I think I would just melt the butter ahead of time, especially when baking in a drafty house in the winter.
      I would also add that you’re going to fill the muffin tins to the top…some recipes only fill partway, so I wasn’t sure, then needed to top off, which might affect the texture of the muffin. I’m not so picky, and making these for a preschool Thanksgiving Party, so I think they will forgive an imperfect muffin, so long as it tastes good.

      • Hey Shawna! Room temperature ingredients are ideal for baking so in the future I’d for sure warm the milk up if you don’t want to set it out in advance with the butter to soften. I like the softened butter here vs melted for extra fluffy cornbread muffins which is why I don’t melt it for this particular recipe – but when I don’t care about the fluff factor melted butter will for sure work! For the full muffin cup step, the reasoning behind that is simply to create a muffin top on the cornbread muffins (a la bakery-style) but it’s not needed if you prefer to make smaller muffins – I’ve even had a few readers use mini muffin tins and just make little ones to share. xo

  • Kristen


    These were great!!! I didn’t even execute properly, and they still came out fantastic. (I mindlessly threw my sugar in with the dry ingredients, so just ended up tossing everything in one bowl and mixing it up with a wood spoon. Also, I only had more coarse polenta on hand, and some masa harina, so I subbed those 50/50.) The recipe struck me as calling for a lot of baking powder — and I’ll admit to shaving a small amount off the called for quantity due to my skepticism — but maybe that’s part of the trick? They were very light and fluffy. I was pleasantly surprised at how well they came out despite my missteps.

  • Cheryl Lausch


    These corn muffins were fantastic! I served them with BBQ Chicken and ribs and my guests gobbled them up! I’m making a batch today for my next round of guests…thinking to serve for breakfast with eggs and bacon!!

  • Pat Timney


    Very yummy easy to make muffins. I used Gluten Free All Purpose flour and buttermilk. My cornmeal was very fine, so would use coarser next time. I would also add just a little more sugar. I dropped a teaspoon of raspberry jam in middle and muffins cracked on top a bit while cooking and you can see the jam a little, looks nice and appealing. Sometimes hard to make regular four recipes work for gluten-free, but this one did work well !!

  • Ann

    These were so fluffy that they totally fell apart into crumbs. I discarded the
    last 5.

  • Jane

    Hello. Is the butter salted or unsalted?

    • Hi Jane! We use unsalted!

      • Jane


        Thank you so much for this recipe. It is my first time to bake and it was a success. It was fluffy and light and just right – not bland nor sweet. 🙂

        I will try the next batch with whole corn kernels to add texture and crunch.

  • Patricia


    How wonderful! Isn’t it amazing how many dishes are made better with cornbread on the side! Love these!

  • Amanda Finks


    These are the best cornbread muffins! So much better that from a box!

  • Anita


    This was very similar to one I made when the my kids were little. I reduced the sugar to two tsp and added Jalepenos. Shredded cheese might be good too. I reduced the sugar because we eat it with chilli. Would be great as is, for dessert with honey butter thanks

  • Ingrid


    I tried your recipe, but used vegetable oil instead of olive oil, and for the milk I used buttermilk. They turned out very light and fluffy. Not too sweet, either. This one is a keeper – thanks!

    • I’m happy you enjoyed the muffins Ingrid! Glad it also works with veggie oil and buttermilk – so good to know!

    • Mo

      Definitely want to use veggie oil over any other. Did you use same amount of buttermilk that the milk in this recipe calls for?

  • Roni


    I love this recipe. I used half brown sugar and half white granulated sugar. Also added a few drops of vanilla. Delicious!

    • Love the brown sugar combo and the vanilla, Roni – thank you!

  • Sandi


    These are amazing! Light fluffy and had a high rise! Thank you for sharing

  • Sam

    Will it make a difference if I use bleached flour instead in the Cornbread recipe?

    • Hey Sam! Standard AP flour will work great too! I’ve fallen in love with King Arthur’s Unbleached AP flour so I usually just note the type I use in all my recipes. You’re good to go either way! xo

  • Sues


    Oh man, I love cornbread and remember getting it from Boston Market when I was a kid! These muffins look so perfectly fluffy… I might just eat the whole tin of them!

  • Emilie


    We love having cornbread with our favorite soups and chili. Muffins are such a fun and easy way to serve it. Thanks for sharing!

  • Faye

    Yummy

  • Tina

    I think too much baking powder is giving these a funny taste to me :/

  • camille


    I followed your directions and added 1 cup of cooked frozen corn. I also baked it at 350 for 35 minutes in a 7 x 11 pan for cornbread. The best cornbread ever. Moist, fluffy, the taste was amazing. Thank you!

  • Lyndsey

    I’m a corn muffin snob and hate the box mix! Harris Teeter or Fresh Market corn muffins are my favorite! I’ll update on how they turn out!

  • Mary Johnson


    These were really good. Growing up in a large family, our mom always made cornbread from the recipe on the side of the round box (you know the one) and baked in a cast iron skillet; so I’m used to a little browning on top. These were pale when done so I’m thinking of upping the temp. next time. My husband says they’re perfect as is. We toasted some the next morning and had them with strawberry jam. They were excellent.

    • Ohmgyosh I have GOT to try these with strawberry jam – that sounds so good Mary! Thank you for the sweet review 🙂

  • Laura

    I’m trying this today! Sounds delicious and I’m also a cornbread maniac! Thanks for sharing!!

    • Yay!!! Hope you LOVE them Laura! 🙂

  • Susan

    I made corn muffins from scratch (not the recipe above) using Quaker cornmeal, and they came out so gritty and dry and crumbly, it makes me think that maybe I should be using extra-fine cornmeal? I’m not sure what the texture is of the stone-ground cornmeal that you specify, since I’ve never bought it. I buy Quaker and use that to make polenta. I know the ratio that I used, 1:1 four and cornmeal was partially responsible. But maybe the cornmeal was just too coarse?

    • Hey Susan! The raito of cornmeal to flour also plays a huge part in muffin recipes I think. The higher the cornmeal to flour ratio the more crumbly and dry the muffins get without tons of butter to counteract the effect. If you’d like to try it with a finer cornmeal, you can pour regular cornmeal in a food processor and process it until it’s finer if you’d like? I do this with oats when I’m blending them into veggie burgers and pancakes 🙂

      I’ve had numerous readers and friends love the recipe above to do let me know if you get a chance to try it! Happy baking! xoxo


  • These are soooo good! This has become my go-to cornbread recipe! I have been looking for a Boston Market-esque recipe for a long time and every other recipe I’ve found uses cake mix. I love the simplicity of your ingredients! 🙂

    • Jenni you just made my day, thank you! So beyond honored it’s now your go-to — we love this recipe like woah! xoxo

  • Christie


    Delicious! I was looking for an easy recipe for my daughter to make corn bread and thought muffins would be perfect! Easy to follow instructions and wonderful results! It is now my go to recipe for muffins! I will add some cheese and jalapeños sometime like I used to do in my regular cornbread.
    Thank you!

    • Thanks Christie! Jalapeños (and cheese! always cheese!) sound amazing right now!

  • Joy

    We always buy the MB faux of BM muffins but they have proven to be a little heavy, probably from early baking and sitting in packaging. I have used the Jiffy/cakemix recipe but would like to avoid having to buy these products to make homemade muffins. will try these and see if my grand daughter approves as she is the corn muffin inspector and will not consume if any heavy consistency . will try these for a.m. school breakfast.

    • Totally understandable, I’m the same way with my muffins. I hope the corn muffin inspector approves! 🙂 Happy baking, Joy!

  • Stephanie


    A fluffy corn muffin is great for dinner, but I really enjoy one for breakfast and have been looking for that bakery-style recipe to keep from having to buy one to satisfy my fix. Two days ago, my last attempt wound up in the trash. They weren’t even good enough for bread crumbs or chili-dipping. I just found this recipe yesterday and tried it last night. I absolutely loved these muffins! I did alter by adding 1/2 cup of cheddar cheese and about 2 TBSP. of sour cream. Yummy! Thanks, Jenn!

  • Haley


    Really yummy and fluffy! Next time I might reduce the sugar as they are a bit too sweet for my taste! Thanks for the recipe.

  • Louise


    Hi I just made these last night, the first time I’ve ever made cornbread from scratch, and they were delicious! Living in Australia means it’s virtually impossible to buy a box of mix but now I don’t need to search thanks to you! So light w just the right texture and sweetness- can’t wait to try variations.


  • Well, I don’t have a printer at the moment so I was running back and forth to the screen to see the recipe and didn’t see that the sugar is creamed with the margarine or butter.
    .
    Well, let me tell you – try skipping that step just once and you may not cream them again fro this recipe 😉 I also bumped up the baking powder to two tablespoons – it’s my oven trust me.
    .
    I did put the margarine with the oil and sour raw milk – added the eggs – and it didn’t make one bit of difference. They came out at least as good as Jiffy Muffins of old.
    .
    The cooking time was short for me but hey, my cooking times are always longer, and that’s with a “new” oven.
    .
    Thanks for the recipe! It’s so versatile and amazingly easy.

  • sunni


    Ok…so I was assigned the task of making Sunni’s FAMOUS homemade Cornbread..(normally Jiffy Mix).. for Thanksgiving day dinner to suit 18 people. But I figure if your gonna do something for somebody , my motto is always do it right the first time. So I doubled your recipe and poured it in a burnt pan cuz I wasn’t about to cart around 18-20 muffins. EVERYONE RAVED about this recipe!!! I was unable to bring any home for my own leftovers! Bravo girl!! And thank you for MY newest go to recipe for FLUFFY CORNBREAD..!! =)

  • sunni

    umm..correction..”you’re” and “BUNDT pan”…sorry

  • Yes! I need to update the tags for it since there are a lot of them but here’s the link that singles out just the GF tagged recipes I’ve done so far! I’ll keep updating it! xoxo

    https://peasandcrayons.com/search/label/gluten%20free

  • I’ve learned over the years that proper cornbread is a frickin artform. Hopefully these rock your socks off. I ate three straight from the oven and rounded the accidental “meal” out with some carrots. I’m special.

    • Nancy R


      Thank you, thank you, thank you, Jenn! You have really nailed it with this recipe. I have tried several different recipes, which have mostly been failures. I have finally succeeded with yours. I live in Europe, thus the only ingredient slightly different is polenta instead of cornmeal, which is not available here. My daughter claims it tastes even better, haha.

      You have now convinced me to have a look at your other recipes. Nancy

      • Jenn

        I’m so glad you loved them Nancy!!! I hope you fall in love with every recipe you try! <3 Thanks for the sweet comment!

  • Meghan@CleanEatsFastFeets

    I was waiting for this recipe. None to patiently I might add. 🙂

    There once was a steak house downtown that made the best friggen corn bread and served it at the start of every meal. It was amazing, and it came out in it’s own little skillet. Sadly they closed and my cornbread days were no more…until now that is. Thanks for sharing. I can’t wait to make these.

  • Chrystal M.

    Growing up in the South I think I have become addicted to cornbread. Now that I am in the North, I look for ways to make it so my family can enjoy it too. I usually freeze my extras. I never thought about wrapping muffins individually and keeping them in a container together.

    I’m stopping by from Heather’s site and sure glad I did. So many eats to go through! After checking out her WIAW and looking at all the great people involved, I might have to see if I can create a post worthy of sharing!

  • Tara Gantz Newman

    Cornbread muffins are my sons FAVORITE. He has been looking for a recipe to make for Thanksgiving. I am going to pass this along to him (he’s 8) 🙂

  • Heather Powers

    Cornbread the WORRRRRRLD!!! Too funny, I just posted my pumpkin cornbread recipe on Monday! Great minds!

    Totally giggling over the molten hot muffin! Haha! And I’m ALL about some FLUFFAYness! Yum! I’m gonna have to try this sometime…and then head to Fresh Market so I can do a taste comparison! 😉

  • Sarah Pie

    Awesome!! I love love love cornbread, I’m excited to GF these up and crossing my fingers they turn out as awesome as they look in the pictures 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

  • Amy @ Long Drive Journey

    Yummm! I think I have ONLY tried Jiffy cornbread mix, so I’m sure this would be a major step up from that!

  • Alison @ Daily Moves and Groov

    OMG!! I’m also a ha-yuge cornbread fan and I’ve actually been searching the web for some good recipes, but here you are, coming to the rescue with these babies! I love that they’re muffins too. I cannot wait to try these!

  • Jan @ Sprouts n Squats

    Yum they do look so fluffy and delicious!! I need to give them a go 🙂

  • Sara Puckett

    these look so good, I love cornbread but the only problem is im the only one in he house that likes it so I end up eating it all!

  • Nikki @ Road to Less Cake

    Can I have a package of these to dunk in my soup please?

  • Brittany Leigh

    Yum! Perfect time of year for corn bread! I love it with homemade chili

  • Liz Ford

    Being raised in the south and all, cornbread is the way to my heart. And a fluffy cornbread … well, let’s just get married! haha. Can’t wait to give this a try. THANKS for slaving in the kitchen for us <3

  • Lauren

    YES! I have been waiting for this forever. And I’m glad I’m not the only one with the weird thumbs which bend backwards. Everyone always makes fun of me because it’s like a double hitch-hiker move. Lol!

  • Hi Jenn, do you have a lookup for GF recipes on your site? I don’t see one so thought I’d check.

  • mmm cornbread is the BEST! xo jillian – cornflake dreams

  • Ohmygosh yes, I’m with you on that! I tried a few too and they were dense, dry disasters. Sometimes a little flour and butter are all you need for bakery magic 😉

  • Liziheartvegetables

    Hah! I haven’t been ton Boston Market in FOREVER but they do have epic cornbread. Mm so fluffy. I tried a “healthy” cornbread recipe a couple of months ago and it was awful. Somethings are better if we don’t mess with them 😉 This recipe sounds delicious!

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